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The work of courtroom artist Elizabeth Cook (photos)

by | 12th, October 2012

ELIZABETH Cook is courtroom artist. You know her work. It’s on the telly and in the papers. Cook is one of only three court artists working in the UK. She’s not allowed to draw in court. She produces her work from memory and notes. And she needs to work fast. We’ve compiled a gallery of it. Can you name the cases? And take note of the faces of those around the accused. The police can be judgemental:

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10981951 The work of courtroom artist Elizabeth Cook (photos)
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ALL TV OUT. ALL TV RELATED INTERNET SITES OUT. Artist impression by courts artist Elizabeth Cook of Kevin Liverpool, 33, (left) and Junior Bradshaw, 30, at Exeter Magistrates' Court where they were remanded in custody and charged with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm and conspiracy to commit robbery.

 



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